My searches My Search History:‎ Reset all Loading.... Hotels viewed Recent Hotels Viewed:‎ Reset all Loading.... Languages : DanskDeutschEnglishEspañolFrançaisHrvatskiIndonesiaItalianoLatviskiLietuviųMagyarMelayu NederlandsNorskPolskiPortuguêsPусскомRomânăSlovenčinaSlovenščina SuomiSvenskaTiếng ViệtTürkçe ČeštinaΕλληνικάУкраїнськаעבריתالعربيةहिंदूภาษาไทย日本語简体中文繁體中文한국어 US$ Top currencies : AU$Australian Dollar £British Pound Euro SG$Singapore Dollar TH฿Thai Baht US$US Dollar All currencies : AEDArab Emirates Dirham AU$Australian Dollar BRLBrazilian Real £British Pound CA$Canadian Dollar CNYChinese Yuan HRKCroatian Kuna CZKCzech Koruna DKKDanish Krone Euro HK$Hong Kong Dollar HUFHungarian Forint INRIndian Rupee IDRIndonesian Rupiah ILSIsraeli Shekel ¥Japanese Yen MYRMalaysian Ringgit NZ$New Zealand Dollar NOKNorwegian Krone PKRPakistan Rupee PHPPhilippine Peso PLNPolish Zloty RONRomanian Leu RUBRussian Ruble SARSaudi Riyal SG$Singapore Dollar ZARSouth African Rand KRWSouth Korean Won SEKSwedish Krona CHFSwiss Franc TW$Taiwan Dollar TH฿Thai Baht TRYTurkish Lira US$US Dollar UAHUkrainian Hryvnia VNDVietnamese Dong

Amazing deals for 2,521 Arizona hotels

Compare hotel prices on 278 booking sites in 1 search

Things to do in Arizona
Flagstaff - hike and relax at the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
There is much to do in Flagstaff, and for the more energetic a hike up in the trails of the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument offers magnificent views and stunning landscapes along with crisp clean air. Along with hiking the region also offers excellent water sports including kayaking, and there are a number of golf courses if your recreation of choice is of the more relaxed kind.
Flagstaff - see magnificent tree leave colors at the Coconino National Forest
One of the most beautiful natural sights in Arizona is the changing leave colors of the deciduous trees during the Fall. This is particularly impressive in the mountain regions where the myriad of reds, oranges and browns, makes for a magnificent display. Starting at the higher levels as a result of the extra sunshine they receive, the leaves change color which slowly cascades down the mountain during the months of September to October.
Mesa - experience the Mesa Grande
The history of America goes back much further than many people realise. A great example of a center of civilisation dating back nearly 1,000 years, can be found at Mesa. Here the Mesa Grande emerges from the centre of the city to a height of 27 feet, and excavations of this have shown it to be man made by the Hohokam. There have there are suggestions of an old protective wall further out, although most of this area has now been covered by the city of Mesa.
Page - take a tour of the Navajo Village Heritage Center
The Navajo were the largest native American Nation within the United States, although they prefer their own name of “Dine.” A tour around the Navajo Village Heritage Center allows you to experience a way of life that has been lost to many. Here you will find traditional homes and sweat houses, and see examples of beautiful silverware and rugs. If you time it right, you will be able to watch traditional dances, that are often held during the evening, guided tours.
Phoenix - see examples of native dance at the Heard Museum
The Heard Museum has been keeping people informed as to the culture and history of native Americans since 1929, and is possibly one of the best of its type in the United States. There are displays of Native American Art as well as an opportunity to try your hand at traditional handicrafts such as weaving and Apache burden baskets. The museum holds many events on festive days, where normally you will be able to observe examples of native dance and of the dancers beautiful, traditional clothing.
Phoenix - watch a baseball match at Chase Field
Home of the Arizona Diamondbacks Chase Field and originally called Bank One Ballpark, the Chase Field Stadium is one of the best MLB stadiums in the country. It was the first of the baseball stadiums to have a retractable roof opening. It hosts games on a regular basis and for those in need of food or drink it has 1/4 of a mile long stretch of food and drink vendor outlets.
Scottsdale - experience the work of Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin West
Taliesin West is the life work of Frank Lloyd Wright, and is a spectacular example of western American architecture. The property started off as a home in 1937 then a studio and today it is an architectural campus. Here there are opportunities to explore around the site, and the beautiful desert setting. Guided tours can be arranged if you wish. The evening and desert sunset tour are particularly spectacular, but check which days are available before going.
Scottsdale - take a trolley tour
The Scottsdale Trolley tour is a rare opportunity to see around the city and learn about the best places to visit, and where to go to eat. The tour is only held once per month, on the second Saturday of each month, and is booked up well in advance, so it is wise to book early. Alternatively jump on one of the trolleys that run through the city every 15 minutes, and explore and discover the city sights and history yourself.
Tempe - spend a day spending at the Arizona Mills Mall
Arizona Mills Mall is more than just a shopping mall, it is also a great day out for the family, as there are loads of options to keep the children excited and entertained. There are plenty of shops, to purchase almost anything you may need, from over 125 different stores. If you are looking for entertainment try the multiplex cinema or visit the Sea Life Aquarium that is part of the mall, and its beautiful underwater tunnel.
Tucson - take a trip to the PIMA Air & Space Museum
For a great day out take a trip to the PIMA Air and Space Museum, Tucson. Walk around hangers filled with historic aircraft such as Superfortress and P51 Mustangs. There is also a Blackbird here, hero of the cold war and was once the fastest plane ever built. With over 300 planes and 125,000 different exhibits, along with guides that really know their stuff, this is great for all the family.
Introduction of Arizona
Arizona is in the southwest of the United States. The capital city is Phoenix and this is also the largest city of the state. Tuscon and Mesa as well as Scottsdale are other major cities of Arizona. It is completely landlocked and borders Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and California. It has a land border with Mexico and enjoys booming tourism as a result of its location and the fact the the Grand Canyon runs through part of the state. Arizona hotels run a good range from the five star options right through to innumerable roadside motels and even plenty of student dormitories and homestays. Hotels in Arizona that back onto the area around the Grand Canyon enjoy huge tourism all through the year but these accommodations are so numerous that rooms can almost invariably be secured without advance bookings. Arizona hotels are friendly and good value and almost all parts of the state have plenty to recommend.